McConnell and Schumer were re-elected as bipartisan leaders of the U.S. Senate
On November 10, local time, the U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was re-elected and was re-elected as the leader of the Republican Party. Chuck Schumer will also continue to serve as the Democratic leader of the Senate.
But the question of who will become the leader of the majority party remains unresolved.
As of now, the Republican Party has a majority in the Senate. The Senate is awaiting the results of the final elections in North Carolina and Alaska.
The seats currently held by Georgia Republican Senators Kelly Lovell and David Perdue will also vote in the election on January 5 next year.